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Because good writing is always a process, our persuasive essay will go through two stages: a draft due this week and a revision exercise due in Module 06. This draft should be approximately 3-4 pages in length and should include the following elements:

  • An introduction paragraph with a thesis statement.
  • Three body paragraphs that each focus on a separate supporting idea.
  • A concluding paragraph that summarizes your main idea and provides a call to action.
  • A properly formatted reference page in APA style that lists all sources used in the paper.
  • Careful proofreading for grammar, mechanics, and spelling.

As you prepare, here are a few reminders for this week’s draft:

  1. In week 3 you posted a thesis for peer review. Consider the feedback you received, refine your thesis, and use it the basis for your persuasive paper.
  1. Use your sources to support your thesis. Research and prepare the passages you will consider using. Remember to review methods of paraphrasing, summarizing, and using direct quotations. You should cite at least five sources in the body of your essay, and at least three of those sources should come from the Rasmussen College Online Library.
  1. Prepare the body paragraphs by deciding where to place supporting information. Remember, each paragraph of the paper should act to build the momentum of the argument.
  1. Use pathos, logos, and ethos in you persuasive strategy, as well as counterargument and rebuttal.
  1. Finally, remember that it’s okay if your ideas, opinions, or sources change during process of writing this paper. Writing makes us think, and it’s fine – even beneficial – to have our thoughts change as we express them on paper.


Topic: Mandatory or voluntary vaccines

Thesis statement: While many may argue that parents should have ultimate right to make a decision if to vaccinate their children or not, children are at a risk of contracting diseases which could have otherwise been prevented through vaccination. Though the parents may be willing to take this risk, it is the children who are exposed to the risks.

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